Monday , February 19 2018

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The darkest days of the US-Pakistan relationship

By: Michael Kugelman I’ve been in Washington for 15 years, and I’ve never seen such high levels of hostility directed toward Pakistan. I don’t attribute this sentiment solely to the steady stream of incidents that have angered America. Tension points have been present for decades; the Shakil Afridi incident and …

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The Republic Day of Azerbaijan

By Dashgin Shikarov The February Revolution and Bolshevik coup of 1917 led the Russian Empire to chaos and turbulence. Under the slogan of struggle against the counter-revolutionaries in March 1918, the Baku Commune of Armenians and Bolshevics decided to completely eliminate the Azerbaijanis in Baku province. The crimes committed by …

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Dr Fai's sentencing in US

A US district court in Virginia sentenced on Friday Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai, chief executive of the Kashmir American Council (KAC), to a two-year prison term to be followed by three years of probation. Dr Fai had pleaded guilty last December to the charge that he concealed the fact that …

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THE CASE OF JUD

BY AMIR RANA THERE is substantive evidence to suggest that Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) is gaining ground in Pakistan. Irrespective of the causes, the rise of the group from within a relatively smaller religious sect and its ability to create an immense impact both on public and policy discourse in Pakistan …

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BALUCHISTAN: The Other Side of the Picture

 By Abdullah Khan Half-truth is always more dangerous than full lie. Unfortunately a section of our national media is telling half-truth about Baluchistan issue. The ‘truth tellers’ insist that the public should accept their half-truth as full picture of the issue. I don’t know real motives behind this practice as …

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